Landscape architect


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Landscape architect

A person trained and experienced in the design and development of landscape and gardens; a designation reserved for a person professionally licensed to perform landscape architectural services.
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a design for a retaining wall on clay soil being used for a retaining wall in an unstable, sandy soil location) for which a landscape architect could be liable.
Landscape architect and landscape designer are terms that are often used interchangeably.
Heidi Hohmann is a practicing landscape architect with BRW Inc.
The landscape architect has planted those feathery trees above the garage.
Is the landscape architect easy to work with and flexible - or stubborn in his/her own concepts?
KPB Architects is the Landscape Architect of Record for this project, which is currently under construction.
Being familiar to the landscape architect who will actually select the contractor is another way that many firms obtain contracts.
Some have the same training as landscape architects.
Callaghan says landscape architects must consider water issues, maintenance, security screening, land-use regulations, Title 21 requirements, and more.
The team is comprised of a range of urban designers, architects and landscape architects who have all worked together before in the UAE and we are receiving strong support from our urban design teams.
Careers in landscape architecture Sue Kelbrick on a career ideal for creative people who enjoy working in the environment What does a career as a landscape architect involve?

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